84 degrees downstairs, 92 degrees upstairs, all for $500 per month in the summer

Michael Bennet, Jarret Esposito, Jake TorwatzkyBy Sarah Ruf | Maricopa Monitor

The arrival of scorching temperatures often brings over-worked air conditioners and high electric bills – some say that’s just part of the Maricopa lifestyle.

But a growing number of residents are finding ways to cut back those pricey cooling plans by switching to solar panels, an option made more affordable thanks to new leasing programs.

Kimberly Diedrich liked the idea of solar panels, but always thought they were out of her price range.


Related: Study: Costs of Rooftop Solar Were Not Passed Along to Non-Solar Ratepayers in Nevada 

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